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Lines of Wellington

Lines of Wellington

by Valeria Sarmiento

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War and Peace in the footsteps of Raúl Ruiz

Review: Lines of Wellington

War and Peace in the footsteps of Raúl Ruiz

Entwined destinies in war-torn 19th century Portugal in Valeria Sarmiento’s historical drama unveiled in the competition in Venice 

"I never intended to make the film as Raul would have made it"

Interview: Valeria Sarmiento • Director

"I never intended to make the film as Raul would have made it"

The Chilean director took over Lines of Wellington, her husband Raul Ruiz’ film project, after he died 

Clip 3 La mort de Percy [FR]

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Clip 3 La mort de Percy [FR]

Clip 2 L anesse [FR]

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Clip 2 L anesse [FR]

Clip 1 Les balles francaises [FR]

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Clip 1 Les balles francaises [FR]

Trailer [FR]

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Trailer [FR]

Clip 5 [st fr]

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Clip 4 [st fr]

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Clip 3 [st fr]

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Clip 1 [fr]

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Clip 2 [en st fr]

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international title: Lines of Wellington
original title: As Linhas de Wellington
country: France, Portugal
sales agent: Alfama Films
year: 2012
directed by: Raoul Ruiz, Valeria Sarmiento
screenplay: Carlos Saboga
cast: Adriano Luz, Marisa Paredes, John Malkovich, Mathieu Amalric, Melvil Poupaud, Malik Zidi, Isabelle Huppert, Catherine Deneuve, Chiara Mastroianni, Michel Piccoli

main awards/selection

Biennale di Venezia 2012 Official Competition
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